Microscopic Root Canal Treatment – for Dentists’ Attention
As we all know, in many fields of medicine, including dentistry, new techniques and technologies help us to keep dental care and treatments as painless and effective as possible with the interests of the patients in mind.
For Nyíregyháza and the region, it is unique that our clinic is equipped with a Labomed DNT dental microscope having its main advantage primarily shown in root canal treatment. Experience has shown that conventional techniques are often ineffective for root canals which are often curved or narrowed, but this efficiency indicator is significantly higher for microscopic root canal treatment. It is an opportunity to rescue teeth that were treated with implant installation or other solutions which led to tooth loss in the previous years.
In what cases does the dental microscope help?
- supplying perforated teeth with MTA sealing;
- repeated root canal treatment – finding and exploring additional canals;
- saving focal teeth;
- eliminating periapical foci with appropriate therapy.
Some technical specifications about the dental microscope of our dentistry:
- capable of up to 25x variable zoom;
- LED light;
- digital camera to show the entire process of treatment on a display for the patient (the records can be stored);
- built-in orange and green filters;
Describing the technical specification without the necessity of completeness, I would like to offer to my colleagues the opportunity of our surgery as well as my dental specialist knowledge in the root canal treatment with dental microscope. Keeping the interests of the patient in mind, we strive with professional maximalism to save those teeth which can not be solved by conventional technology. Our dentistry with its quiet, relaxed, homely atmosphere waits for the patients sent from another dental clinic for microscopic root canal treatment, after we GUARANTEE to direct back the patient to you.
We would like to express our thanks through this site to the colleagues who previously directed their patients to our surgery, and to draw attention of other dear colleagues to the same problematic issues that we were able to manage successfully with the dental microscope. (Typically, only 1 or 2 occasions are sufficient for successful root canal treatment, thus tooth retention.)